I have posted about the “Microsoft Test and Lab Management” (MTLB) first when the Beta 1 was introduced.
In this post I will show the changes made since Beta 1, you can read my post here.
The menu in Beta 1 was this:
In Beta 2 you can only find 2 sections:
The Organize section is now part of the Testing Center sub menus.
lets take a peek at the sub menus in the Beta 2:
If you will compare that to Beta 1 you will see that the same functionality and menus stayed the same but is reorganized in the...
After the grate success we add on the Team System lectures we made in the ALM user group we are about to do it again on 11 of November, it will be half a day full of lectures regarding the new features of Team System 2010.
I will talk about the MTLB (Microsoft Test and Lab Management) that a new tool for the tester.
The lecture I have planed will benefit all the roles in the development process and not only for testers.
In order to register for the event (Its free) go to the following link:
Looking forward to see you…
I have recently announced the Team System 2010 overview lecture that will take place in the following ALM group in Microsoft, you can read more about it here.
I am about to talk about the “Testing” part of the lecture, were I will show the new tool for the testers – “Microsoft Test and Lab Manager”.
I hope you will enjoy it…
In July 13 2009 16:30 – 20:15 we are about to present the main features and capabilities of the Team System 2010 Beta 1.
The lecture will take place at the Microsoft office in Rahanana and will be opened to everyone.
Registration to the event is required there are a limited places so hurry up and take a place, you can read more about the event and register here.
I like to announce a new blog I have.
Until now I have posted to the SRL Blog, now I have just opened a new blog, you can see it here.
The topics I will post there are the same topics, the blog is about Team System, QA methodologies, Development methodologies and more...
I hope you will keep enjoying my posts.
I am happy to announce a new Codeplex project that gathers Team System guides both for Team System 2008 and for Team System 2010.
You can see the site here.
All guides are in word or PDF formats so you can download and print them.
For all my customers that kept asking me when it will finally be here I am glad to say after all this exhausting waiting for it, it is finally here!!!
The official announcement was two days ago 18/05/2009, you can read more about the release in Brian Harry’s post here.
I can’t wait to start using the cool feature in this release and I am sure I am not alown.
There is a NEW site for Team System API usage called TFS Examples located here that is worth checking!!!
In the site you can find API examples in different categories, you will be able to find some very good resources and documentation in different subjects related to the Team System.
The site is very simple and easy to use the navigation thru the different subjects is friendly.
AS you may know Tech-Ed 2008 is just around the corner.
Some of the ALM senior consultants will presenting and we will be happy to see you in one of our lectures:
Visual Studio Team System - Application Life Cycle Management - End To End Demo by Michal Levi - Head of Development Department @ April 7th 9:45
Real-Life Examples for Testing with Visual Studio Team System 2008 by Shahar Bracha - ALM Manager @ April 7th 11:30
Comparing Database Schemas And Deploying Changes With Microsoft Visual Studio Team Edition For Database Professionals by Maor David - Senior Consultant and .NET Architect @...
The Computer Department of the Municipality of Tel-Aviv was facilitated by the experts of the SRL Group in establishing an application lifecycle management platform. Consequently, the development-time has been reduced substantially and a high level of standardization has been achieved, as well as improved internal cooperation between teams and various functionaries, financial saving, increased transparency and much better decision making.
The Computer Department of the Municipality of Tel-Aviv employs approx. 250 people (of which 160 are development personnel) and is responsible for approx. 400 information systems and 240 servers, which serve approx. 7,000 municipal workers. The development teams are...